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Networking--A Convergence Tool for a European Area for Higher Education
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Higher Education in Europe Volume 26, Number 1, ISSN 0379-7724

Abstract

Suggests that the first step toward a European Area for Higher Education, called for by the Bologna Declaration, is for universities to form networks: local, national, continental, and global. The need for such networks is driven by the communications revolution, deregulation, and enhanced global competition in a world that increasingly commoditizes educational offerings; language differences remain a significant barrier. (EV)

Citation

Aaviksoo, J. (2001). Networking--A Convergence Tool for a European Area for Higher Education. Higher Education in Europe, 26(1), 117. Retrieved August 8, 2022 from .

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